Lightning Swept Out Of NHL Playoffs In Historic FashionThe Blue Jackets ousted a team that had put together one of the most prolific scoring lineups ever, a team whose 62 regular-season wins tied for the most in NHL history.
Lightning Ties NHL Record With 62nd Win, Beat Bruins 6-3The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Boston Bruins 6-3 on Saturday afternoon.
Bruins Show They Can Hang With Lightning, Despite Blowing Third-Period LeadThe Bruins for much of the night looked like a team that was capable of standing toe-to-toe with the best team in hockey. Yet a sequence of mental mistakes cost them on this night.
Lightning Rally Past Bruins 5-4The Tampa Bay Lightning became the fourth NHL team to win at least 59 games in a season, rallying from two goals down to beat the Boston Bruins 5-4 on Monday night.
Bruins Use Late Scoring Barrage To Snap Lightning's Streak 4-1The Boston Bruins scored three times in less than three minutes in the third period and snapped the Eastern Conference-leading Tampa Bay Lightning's franchise-best 10-game winning streak with a 4-1 victory Thursday night.
Is NHL Just Making Up Rules In The Conference Finals?What are the rules in the NHL? Even the most ardent hockey fan would not have been able to keep up in Game 4 between Washington and Tampa Bay.
Jon Cooper Credits Bruins For Teaching Lightning How Good They Needed To BePerhaps the Bruins beat the Lightning a little too soundly during those regular-season matchups.
Bruins Exceed Season Expectations, But Five-Game Exit Nevertheless Leaves A Bitter FeelingTaking a step back and looking at the big picture, the Boston Bruins still managed to exceed expectations overall for the season.
Bruins Eliminated From Playoffs After 3-1 Loss To Lightning In Game 5The Boston Bruins' season has come to an end.
Brad Marchand Penalized For Embellishment In Bruins' Game 5 Vs. LightningDid Brad Marchand dive in the first period of Game 5? The refs sure thought he did.
Bruce Cassidy Stands By Lineup Decisions After Brian Gionta's On The Ice OT Winner From LightningBruce Cassidy's decision to dress Brian Gionta and play him in overtime was a head-scratcher, but the Bruins' coach stands by the move.